Millicent


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Millicent

(MILLICENT) A lightweight, secure microcommerce application from Digital in the 1990s that was intended for transactions of very small monetary value on the Internet. The term stands for "one thousandth of a cent." See microcommerce.
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Aunt Millicent remarked it last time she was here, and I know how it would hurt me to see MY father in a broken glass.
Holders of the Company's ordinary shares or ADSs may obtain a hard copy of the Annual Report free of charge by emailing Millicent Tu, Vipshop Holdings Limited, at ir@vipshop.
The only recent winner in the field is Millicent Silver, who has been put up 8lb for her victory at Uttoxeter last month.
The flower girls were Millicent Dickson, Isabella Priestley and Polly Waite.
The company's head of marketing for Kenya Millicent Ngatia said Huawei opened its flagship store at the Garden City Mall along Thika Superhighway.
Cathy Hyde, nee Plant, formerly of Harborne; Alan Plant; Tony McLennan, formerly of Hednesford; Joseph Parker, who lived in Kings Norton; Cheryl Hall; Rachel Andre; Albert and Millicent Rowley, who lived in Kings Norton; Phil Lymn; former nursing administrator Doris Hinsley; doctors DC Burke, MA.
Nijinsky's own savage 1913 Le Sacre du Printemps, as reconstructed by Millicent Hodson, breaks radically from the wistful romance of his mentor Fokine's work.
Determined to find the explorer, Mrs Brown takes Paddington to see her friend Mr Gruber (Jim Broadbent), an antiques dealer who might have clues to his existence, but, in doing so, they attract the attention of cranky curtain twitcher Mr Curry (Peter Capldi) and a slimy associate of villainous taxidermist Millicent (Nicole Kidman) who is hell-bent on "stuffing that bear".
Among the boys names enjoying a revival are Wyatt, Audley and Peyton while medieval girls names making a comeback include Millicent, Elvina and Kendra.
Ned leads the resurrected boys' names while medieval Millicent is top for girls.
Despite not having been popular for hundreds of years, medieval names such as Wyatt, Audley and Peyton for boys and Millicent, Elvina and Kendra for girls are making a comeback.
Among the boys names enjoying a revival are Wyatt, Audley and Peyton while medieval girls' names making a comeback include Millicent, Elvina and Kendra.